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Breast cancer is extraordinarily rare in teenagers, so much so that most organizations do not keep statistics for the disease in this age group. Nevertheless, teens may worry that changes in their breasts during puberty are due to breast cancer. To alleviate these concerns, they should monitor their breasts for changes and talk to their doctor if they want reassurance. They should also know that breast changes are nothing to fear and are unlikely to mean breast cancer. The changes that puberty brings can be scary for any young person.
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Breast Conditions in Young Women
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What you should know about breast cancer in teens
Breast exams help doctors check that everything's normal. During a breast exam, a doctor or nurse practitioner will feel a woman's breasts to check any lumps and bumps and see if there are changes since the last exam. Doctors don't usually start doing breast exams until a woman is in her 20s. Most teens don't need breast exams. That's because it's rare for girls to have breast problems.
Increases and decreases in female hormones, like estrogen and progesterone, may make your breasts tender. They can also cause you to feel thickening, and even some lumps and bumps in your breasts as your period comes and goes each month. Could those lumps and bumps be cancer? Most breast lumps in teenage girls are fibroadenomas.